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For Feleipe Franks, the start of spring football practice this week brings one thing to the forefront of his mind.
If you see eye-to-eye with me on this year’s Super Bowl matchup, you’re most likely feeling dejected and dispirited.
Gators reinstate Jordan Scarlett, three other football players suspended last season for alleged credit card fraud
The credit card fraud saga involving nine Florida football players last season appears to be coming to a close.
The matchups for the College Football Playoff have officially been set.
There’s no other way to say it, folks.
Less than one decade after helping Florida win two national championships over a three-year span, Dan Mullen is coming back to Gainesville.
As Feleipe Franks watched his third interception of the day land in the arms Matthew Thomas, the only thing Florida’s quarterback could do was stare.
Ladies and gentleman, we have a mystery on our hands.
As Kylen Binn’s pass soared 35 yards through the air, Chauncey Gardner Jr. stopped dead in his tracks.
Mark Thompson knows that it’s inevitable.
Out of all the unpopular opinions I’ve formed about sports, there isn’t one I stand by more firmly than this: I hate the College Football Playoff.
By the time Florida’s defense realized Jake Bentley still had the ball in his hands, there was nothing any of its players could do.
Randy Shannon may not have gotten the offensive output he wanted in his first game as Florida’s interim head coach, but that hasn’t affected his plan at quarterback heading into this weekend’s matchup with South Carolina.
Well folks, that didn’t work.
Florida men’s basketball coach Mike White is a realist.
Randy Shannon isn’t concerned with the past.
Nothing has gone according to plan for Florida’s football players in 2017.
Feleipe Franks laid face down on the 3-yard line of EverBank Field, his body dejectedly limp as Georgia’s players celebrated scoring another touchdown.